Taiga is a humid, subarctic biogeographic area of north Asia, Europe, and the united states. It is characterized by coniferous evergreens developing with a groundcover of lichens and mosses, however some broadleaf woods (aspens, birches, willows) adjusted into the cool weather do occur. The taiga is available only south of tundra. by Beulah PettisReport definition
Definition for "taiga"
A subarctic, evergreen coniferous woodland of northern Eurasia…